It's true. And I reckon especially now that many are tethered to social media where product marketing & placement thrives.
My family realized this when we played the Logo Board Game for he first time. We couldn't believe how we unknowingly retained information brought about by advertisements. It was kinda terrifying if you think about it.
Anya knew that Emma Watson (Hermione in Harry Potter) modeled for Burberry.
Husband knew most of the cars insignia. And I knew my fashion cards very well. So yes, I finally found a board game that I'm good at!
Of course, not growing up in Australia/UK meant we failed in some local brands questions, but we appreciated the information. This exercise is way entertaining than reading the Australian Citizenship booklet.
The Logo Board Game which retails for about $39 is a straightforward play. Just answer as much questions as you can when it's your turn. Whoever reach the end first wins. Simple.
Playing it with the family was a breath of fresh air. You see, after dinner, each of us usually head on to our individual rooms (mine being the guest room), and do our "own" stuff. Anya and the husband play their games and I catch up on my shows. It's terrible.
So I was glad Moose sent the Logo Board Game over to try and encourage basic family interaction. It was so much fun and we were laughing at each other's pathetic guesses that we just had to do it again the following night, then the next until we consumed all the cards.
This game will also be perfect on your next gathering with friends. It promises a whole lot of fun and entertainment.
Toy Sales are coming soon and this is definitely worth putting down on your list.